As our organization grows and projects become more complex, we have noticed the need for more structure when it comes to decision making. In this post, we consider the Decision Tree model by Susan Scott (2000) and how it could be applied in our organization.
It is clear there is only so much synchronous communication a person can participate in. There is a natural limit to the amount of time you can spend coordinating with others in real-time, and ultimately, the rhythm of your workday defines the upper limit. In this post, we look at how to make active and conscious choices on when synchronous communication is effective and when it’s not.
We were delighted to have the opportunity to interview Nick Muldoon and Teagan Harbridge from Easy Agile about two very useful Jira apps, as well as the GDPR and other very topical issues in the technology sector.
Google is well known for its simpler apps for Gmail and Google Docs, but it has a great deal more to offer in the business context, especially for freelancers and small to medium businesses.
Dropbox has a reputation as the king of data synchronization, but how does it compare to Google Drive as a part of Google’s G Suite?
As Agile Coaches, we also work as intensively as possible at the level of teams and individuals – that is, the actual job of Scrum Masters. In this final post I will show what we are doing here in more definite terms.
Recently, we were able to put our additional office in Kirchgasse 2 with room for around 30 people into operation. We are very happy about the change, the unpacking and our recovered “leg freedom” in the main office, and we are looking forward to having a great time in the new office!
A few weeks ago, it was finally that time again: Our annual //SEIBERT/MEDIA ski trip was on! Approximately 20 colleagues and friends of //SEIBERT/MEDIA were in our Tour of Austria.